The Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology (MJLST) is a multidisciplinary journal published twice annually, edited by faculty from across the University of Minnesota as well as by law students. MJLST addresses issues of intellectual property, technology policy and innovation, bioethics, and law and science, while maintaining a rigorous grounding in law, values, and policy. MJLST publishes articles from all disciplinary areas, not just law.
The journal features a dual masthead—one for faculty editors and one for student editors.
MJLST is committed to being an educational opportunity for law students and a venue for their scholarly publications. The student staff and board are chosen competitively by the students. Jordan Paradise is the Faculty Editor-in-Chief. A Faculty Editorial Board helps edit faculty-written articles for MJLST. The Editorial Advisory Board includes representatives from Consortium member centers and programs as well as University faculty working on the societal implications of scientific advances.
Although this journal offers a venue for publications resulting from events sponsored by the Consortium and its members, the journal retains its editorial independence. The journal's faculty and student editors decide what to publish and the shape of each volume.